Lake Park High School

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Lake Park High School
600 S. Medinah Rd.
Roselle, IL 60172 (East)
500 W. Bryn Mawr Ave.
Roselle, IL 60172 (West)
, Illinois
United States
Coordinates East Campus: 41°58′24″N 88°03′14″W / 41.973259°N 88.053768°W / 41.973259; -88.053768Coordinates: 41°58′24″N 88°03′14″W / 41.973259°N 88.053768°W / 41.973259; -88.053768
West Campus: 41°58′36″N 88°05′37″W / 41.976768°N 88.093529°W / 41.976768; -88.093529
Type Public secondary
Established 1956
School district Lake Park Community High School District 108
Superintendent Lynne Panega
Principal John Gouriotis
Faculty 212
Grades 9–10 (East)
11–12 (West)
Enrollment 3053
Campus Suburban
Color(s)      Navy Blue
     Columbia Blue
Athletics DuPage Valley Conference
Illinois High School Association
Nickname Lancers
Accreditation Illinois State Board of Education
Architect ARCON Associates

Lake Park High School is a public, four-year high school occupying two campuses, both located in Roselle, Illinois, a northwestern suburb of Chicago. Freshmen and sophomores attend the East Campus (the original campus built in 1956), located near Medinah and juniors and seniors attend the West Campus. It is part of the Lake Park Community High School District 108. Students from Roselle, Medinah, Bloomingdale, Itasca, Wood Dale, Keeneyville, and Hanover Park attend the school.


The name "Lake Park" is derived from the campuses being between "Lake" Street and Irving "Park" Road. The citizens of northwestern DuPage County founded Lake Park High School District 108 in 1953, and the doors opened at what is now East Campus, 600 South Medinah Road, Roselle, in September 1956 to 320 students. In less than twenty years, the number of students had increased substantially and West Campus was built in 1975.[2] The east campus borders the Medinah Country Club


The school offers 20 Advanced Placement courses, such as: Business Education, Cooperative Education, Family and Consumer Sciences, Industrial Technology, and Fine Arts.

There are 340 teachers.

Technical Center of DuPage[edit]

Lake Park offers a program at the Technical Center of DuPage, more commonly known as TCD, to the upperclassmen. Those young adults take this opportunity to venture out into their field of choice to get hands on experience and receive college credits in the process.


Lake Park has 28 athletic teams, of which there are 13 boys, 11 girls teams and 4 unisex teams that compete in the DuPage Valley Conference and Illinois High School Association.

State Titles[edit]

  • Boys Track - 1997, 2010, 2011, 2012 and 2013.[4]
  • Girls Bowling - 1986-87 and 1994-95[4]
  • Boys Bowling - 2008–2009[4]
  • Cheerleading (Coed) 2011[4]


Lake Park offers more than 40 extracurricular activities: career and hobby organizations, competitive organizations, honorary organizations, performance organizations, publications, service and prevention organizations, and spirit organizations. Such activities include:

  • Earth Club[5]
  • Fishing Club
  • Hockey Club
  • Art Club [5]
  • Montage
  • Dance Ensemble
  • Computer Club
  • Keyboarding Team
  • Group Interpretation
  • Winter Guard
  • College Unidos
  • Future Medical Professionals
  • French Club[5]
  • German Club[5]
  • Gamers Club[5]
  • GSA
  • NHS
  • Outspoken Artists Poetry Slam
  • Psychology Club[5]
  • Snowball Club
  • Spanish Club[5]
  • HOSA Club[5]
  • Family, Career, & Community Leaders of America[5]

Competitive organizations[edit]

  • Color Guard[6]
  • Contest Play[6]
  • Group Interpretation[6]
  • DECA[6]
  • Marching Band[7]
  • Speech Team[6]
  • Perspective
  • Theater
  • Scholastic Bowl
  • Math Team[6]
  • Jazz Band
  • Fishing Team[6]
  • Chess Team [6]
  • Youth and Government[6]
  • Winter Guard[6]
  • Science Olympiads[6]


Lake Park has an exchange program with Helene-Lange-Gymnasium in Hamburg, Germany, allowing students to experience each other's culture and lifestyle.

Notable alumni[edit]


  1. ^ "School Profile 2008" (PDF). Lake Park Community High School District 108. July 17, 2008. Retrieved April 3, 2009. [dead link]
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  3. ^ "Home". Retrieved October 18, 2011. 
  4. ^ a b c d "School Directory". Retrieved July 30, 2015. 
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  7. ^ "Home". Retrieved November 11, 2014. 
  8. ^ "Duncan Rouleau". Masters of Comic Book Art. Archived from the original on July 14, 2011. Retrieved October 18, 2011. 
  9. ^ "Duncan Rouleau Does the Heavy Lifting on "Metal Men"". Comic Book Resources. Retrieved October 18, 2011. 
  10. ^ "Don Schulze Statistics". Retrieved October 18, 2011. 
  11. ^ "Sarah Zelenka". Retrieved 28 July 2012. 
  12. ^ Retrieved 15 September 2015.  Missing or empty |title= (help)

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